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  • AUTISM AWARENESS AROUND THE WORLD JUST GOT A “BIG” BOOST!  THANKS BIG BIRD! The world’s most famous yellow bird who teaches children on a level they can understand will now be reaching out to create more awareness amongst everyone about Autism and reduce the stigma surrounding kids on the spectrum.   The great minds behind Sesame Street are launching  a new initiative dubbed “See Amazing in All Children,” to create digital tools to help children with autism learn … Continue reading the story "Sesame Street To Help Make Public Aware About Autism!"

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mozartRecovering from Autism was possible for one little girl. All she needed was help from a musical genius...MOZART!


“This book needs to go out to everybody…absolutely everybody! It is HUGE!”

--Lisa Rinna, Hollywood Personality and TV Actress

 

“Listen Up! This remarkable story is for every person with a child waiting to be awakened to language and communication.”

--Don Campbell, Author of The Mozart Effect for Children

 

 "Awakening Ashley" is a remarkable, beautiful story written with insight and intelligence. Sharon lets parents know they an go through the ear when treating a child with Autism."

 --Michael Palmer, MD 15 time New York Times Bestselling Author of The Last Surgeon

Click here to listen to messages from Sharon about about Autism and  her daughter Ashley's recovery.

 

 

We have a Lollipop Listening Therapy Support Group Facebook Page for all clients so be sure to go there and get great advice and chat with parents already doing Lollipop. I will be on there answering questions as well. It's great for you to hear all the wonderful exciting improvements coming straight from parents.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Auditory Processing Disorder in Children will Cause Speech Delay, Language and Communication Issues, Behavioral Issues, Learning Disabilities, Hyperactivity and Poor Motor Planning. Listening Therapy Can ReTrain the Brain to Process Sound Effectively

Auditory Processing Disorder


Definition: Auditory processing disorder affects the way information is processed by the brain.


When your brain recognizes and interprets the sounds around you that are taken in by the ear and processed efficiently and effectively, auditory processing is unhampered. The vibrations are changed to electrical impulses and the information isn't altered, skewed or inhibited. Normal auditory processing results as the brain is able to take that information, interpret it, process it and respond to it in a meaningful way. However, if auditory processing is hindered in any way, due to a variety of reasons there is a breakdown in the normal transformation and exchange of auditory information resulting in an Auditory Processing Disorder .

 

The Ear-Brain Connection

When auditory processing is distorted or disrupted in some way, there can be adverse effects on the interpretation of auditory information, which diminishes the brain's ability to understand and organize the messages being sent. For the population with autism, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia and other learning disabilities, this can cause behavioral problems, social and emotional problems, academic problems and even shut-down mode.

 

How is the Brain Impacted With Auditory Training?brain stimulation

The brain has what's called plasticity – it can change and learn new things – at any age. Learning is the mere process of having the brain change and lay down new neural connections. In auditory training, we can improve auditory processing as the brain changes and learns new things through stimulation of modulated music (in this case, Mozart). To be effective, the protocol is administered in sessions each day with a mandatory 2 day break, with enough strength to render it therapeutic, and with a determined amount of weeks to follow to give the brain its due time to acclimate and assimilate the sonic information.

 

Does This Sound Like Your Child?

holding ears- Misunderstands spoken information, directions or questions

- Is easily distracted by background noise

- Finds sounds uncomfortable or even painful (holds ears a lot)

- Has trouble with auditory discrimination skills

- Has difficulty paying attention

- Is unorganized

- Forgetful 

 

Or This...?

reading frustration- Has difficulty reading

- Difficulties with spelling

- Difficulty with speaking skills

- Frequently asks "huh"? or "what"?

- Balance and coordination issues

- Poor posture

- Poor voice quality

 

 Lollipop Notes

 

Lollipop Listening Therapy can hone a child's attention and auditory processing allowing them to process auditory information without distortions, without delays, and without drugs. If your child is struggling or frustrated by not being able to get their message across, or their academics are suffering, Lollipop Listening Therapy can help them!

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